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The CSC has something for everyone!  Our programming is geared towards skaters of all ages and skill levels.  No matter the skates you wear, hockey or figure, our Skate Canada Certified and experienced coaches will ensure success. Registration is now open!!

COVID-19 & Return to Skating:

Collingwood Skating Club is working with both the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit and the Town of Collingwood to keep our skating families safe. Please read Collingwood Skating Club Return to Skate_2022.pdf for further information,

the Town of Collingwood's Return to Play Protocols & Skate Ontario's Return to Play Protocols.

 

Step 1

 

Click the button below and a new window will open up to register. Click the Login button at the top of the new window to set up a family account (parent or guardian as member), then you will be prompted to add your skater(s). 

Register

 

Step 2

 

Choose the programs you want to register your skater(s) in. 

A $43.65 2022/23 Skate Canada fee will be applied to all participants if yearly membership not already paid.

**Second club skaters are asked to have SC membership verified and the invoice will be manually adjusted if needed.

**Guest skaters please email us directly at info@collingwoodskatingclub.com with your current Skate Canada number.

Step 3

 

Payments can be made via e-transfer to skatingclubcollingwood@gmail.com.

*Please Note: There will be no skating on Friday October 28th, November 4th, November 18th, December 9th and January 13th.  There will be no make-up sessions for these dates.

The Collingwood Skating Club is a non-profit club reliant on volunteers to maintain club operations.  All member families are asked to volunteer in some capacity throughout the year, in addition to helping with end-of-year carnival.  IF your family does not wish to volunteer during the skating season you may choose the volunteer bond buyout option upon check-out.

 

Step 4

 

Registration is complete & child is ready to skate once the CSC receives:

1. Completed registration information

2. Signed acknowledgment forms (completed digitally during the registration process).

3. Payment for registered program(s) via e-transfer

 

 

Program Information:

When you sign up for a skating program at our Club, you are required to also become a member of Skate Canada.  This annual fee is valid from September 1, 2022 to
August 31, 2023. 
It includes insurance coverage, along with access to all Skate Canada programs.  The fee is in addition to your registration fees and is non-refundable. 
For more information about Skate Canada, please visit www.skatecanada.ca.

2022 SEPTEMBER STARSKATE Program Pricing: REGISTRATION IS OPEN

StarSkate (Intermediate) AND Advanced StarSkate (Senior)

  • WEDNESDAY - 4 weeks, includes group coaching: $120
  • plus Skate Canada fee: $43.65 if not already paid for 2022/23 year

 

Regular Season (Fall/Winter) Program Pricing: REGISTRATION IS OPEN

Pre-CanSkate

  • weekly session offered on Tuesdays or Wednesdays
  • One season (Fall or Winter): $150
  • Full year: $250
  • plus Skate Canada fee: $43.65

CanSkate

  • runs weekly on Tuesdays 
  • Full year: $350
  • plus Skate Canada fee: $43.65

Advanced CanSkate (by invitation only)

  • runs weekly on Tuesdays and Fridays 
  • Full year: $500
  • plus Skate Canada fee: $43.65

StarSkate (Intermediate)

  • runs weekly on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays 
  • Full year (1 day): $350
  • Full year (2 days): $550
  • Full year (3 days): $650
  • plus Skate Canada fee: $43.65

Advanced StarSkate (Senior)

  • runs weekly on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays 
  • Full year (1 day): $350
  • Full year (2 days): $550
  • Full year (3 days): $650
  • plus Skate Canada fee: $43.65

 

Important information about Concussion Policy and Rowan's Law:

What is Rowan's Law:
Rowan’s Law was named for Rowan Stringer, a high school rugby player from Ottawa, who died in the spring of 2013 from a condition known as second impact syndrome (swelling of the brain caused by a subsequent injury that occurred before a previous injury healed).

Effective July 1, 2019 a new rule requires the confirmation of review of the Government of Ontario Concussion Awareness Resources and the Skate Ontario’s Concussion Code of Conduct for all athletes under 26 years of age and parents/guardians for athletes under 18 years of age.

Parents will be required to complete the Rowan’s Law Acknowledgement Form for Athletes and Parents/Guardians prior to the start of lessons or on the first night of skating, Tuesday October 5th.  All skaters require a completed form in order to participate in skating programs.  This acknowledgment is also included as part of the registration process.

Parents can download/view Skate Ontario's Concussion Policy, the Skate Ontario Concussion Policy Return-to-Play Form, and the Concussion Waiver.

 

If you prefer to register by mail, all the information in Step 4 can be mailed to:

Registrar
Collingwood Skating Club
PO Box 630
Collingwood, ON
L9Y 4E8